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Whitehorse’s Charlie Hawes and Katie Vowk are the fastest downhill skiers in the territory. That really can’t be disputed at this point.
A Yukon team attended the Edmonton International Judo Championship at West Edmonton Mall over the weekend in Alberta. No word on what the Yukoners might have picked up at the shops, but they did pocket hardware.
Hot off a medal win at the western championships, Whitehorse’s Jake Draper posted his first-ever top-10 finish at the Canadian Biathlon Championships in Canmore, Alta., last week.
How about that: Dawsonites leaving the Klondike to get gold. That was the case for three Dawson City soccer teams at the Northwestel Futsal Championships on March 11 at Whitehorse’s Canada Games Centre.
Miller Rogers’ first fight in almost five years got off to a rocky start and didn’t get any better.
For the first time since the Gordon Taylor Trophy was introduced in 1969, three names will be etched on it this year.
Whitehorse’s Ethan Davy won two silver medals at a B.C. provincial event in January. Now he has a gold medal to add to the set.
Members of the Whitehorse Rapids Speed Skating Club answered “yes” at the R U Fast meet at Calgary’s Olympic Oval March 4-5.
After going undefeated for gold in their previous tournament, the Atom Mustangs had a very different experience in their final road trip of the season over the weekend.
Two weeks ago Whitehorse musher Marine Gastard had never won a mid-distance race, now she’s won two in a row. The 31-year-old and her team took first place in the Silver Sled race in Haines Junction on March 5.
The favourites for senior divisions in the upcoming Yukon Basketball Championships could not be any clearer.
Never before had three Whitehorse cross-country skiers competed together at a senior world championships and they made their presence known.
Though she has moved up an age category, Whitehorse Glacier Bears swimmer Hannah Kingscote had an eerily similar result at this year’s B.C. AAA Swim Championships as last year’s.
It’s been almost a decade since a Yukon rink has competed in the main draw of the Tim Hortons Brier and that isn’t going to change this week.
Whitehorse biathlete Jake Draper has a pair of matching medals. Both are bronze and from the same event, but separated by three years.
Finishing in the top 20 with no broken bones is what you call success in freestyle skiing.
Some common names climbed high in the standings at the Yukon Open Cold Finger Snap at Porter Creek Secondary School.
Whitehorse biathlete Nadia Moser says the jump from youth to junior was what she expected it to be. Her results at the International Biathlon Union’s Youth/Junior World Championships reflect that.
Marine Gastard and her team had home-trail advantage over the weekend and it served them well.
It’s steady as she goes for three Whitehorse skiers at 2017 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships this week in Lahti, Finland.